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She leaves it out when she is busy around the house doing things.
Thank you for your help.
She leaves her phone out when she is around the house. I am aware of the password XXXXX get in.
I saw and confronted her at the park with this man (with our daughter with them) two weeks ago.
We had decided a week prior to that to get a divorce, but nothing has been in writtin in paperwork yet.
it is under her name, shared account with her mother
Thank you. I just want to make sure she can't do damage to me. What if she didn't give me the password, but I saw her to enter it. Make any difference? I don't plan on using this against her, just want to make sure she can't use it against me.
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